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#133994 11-Nov-2013 15:00
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Hey guys, i dont have a 4g sim card yet and was wanting to see some telecom 4g speedtest screenshots?


anyone ??




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  #931780 13-Nov-2013 00:16
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Here is mine taken today , top one is before swapping out sim to 4G one , bit of a slight difference.







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  #934192 15-Nov-2013 09:11
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My mate got 89 mbs download at Sylvia Park.

Pretty mental!

I got my 5s yesturday with Telecom 4g. Havent done a speed test yet (apparently they use heaps of data? Like over 100mbs?)

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  #934217 15-Nov-2013 09:47
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This is my best result so far.

98 down. 16 up.

Have has higher upload in other tests.






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  #934230 15-Nov-2013 10:05
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Speedtests use about 130mb each, so only do them if you know how much data they cost :) - But on average I get between 60-100mbit down, 20-48mbit up.




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  #934243 15-Nov-2013 10:16
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michaelmurfy: Speedtests use about 130mb each, so only do them if you know how much data they cost :) - But on average I get between 60-100mbit down, 20-48mbit up.


Yeah I've only done a few tests because of this. Don't want to blow whole months data in a few seconds.

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  #934269 15-Nov-2013 10:40
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Moved to Telecom subforum...




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  #935235 17-Nov-2013 15:00
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I'm damn impressed with mine: https://www.speedtest.net/my-result/a/650697904 
It's about 10 times faster than my ADSL!

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  #936384 18-Nov-2013 08:03
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Here's mine, from out near Auckland airport yesterday. Pretty quick!


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  #936474 18-Nov-2013 10:02
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Best I've managed to get so far. wellington waterfront.


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  #936738 18-Nov-2013 15:50
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Best Result so far - Near Westfield Riccarton Chriscthurch


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  #936785 18-Nov-2013 17:13
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This is mine - based in Christchurch.



Got one helluva shock when I saw how quickly my emails downloaded - had 26 new ones and they were there instantly. I'm, as the say, well impressed.

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  #937124 19-Nov-2013 08:01
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I'm winning 

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  #937139 19-Nov-2013 08:41
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The guy at the Telecom store said the Samsung Galaxy s4+ has a faster 4G limit? 200mb/s?

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  #937142 19-Nov-2013 08:45
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phraza: The guy at the Telecom store said the Samsung Galaxy s4+ has a faster 4G limit? 200mb/s?


Presumably referring to the GT-i9506 (the original release S4 LTE was i9505, and is Cat3 - 100/50) is Cat4, which is 150/50, as is the Note3 and Xperia Z1 (and maybe a few others). Not aware of any Cat5 (300/75) devices yet...

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